Here you can watch new and popular plays every week. We deliver a full season of professional-quality productions and provide a performance venue for touring theatre companies. Anyone can get involved; become a Questors member and take part in everything from acting and directing to lighting, front of house and stage design. We also deliver theatre training for all ages; find out about our Academy and Youth Theatre.
There are lots of reasons to discover The Questors:
You'll enjoy our theatre.
We perform in our own high-quality theatre venue - with our 350-seat
Judi Dench Playhouse & 90-seat Studio theatre.You'll enjoy our
plays. Every year we stage a season of 15-20 plays, from modern dramas
& comedies to classics of British & world theatre.
You'll enjoy our high quality. We're a member of the Society of Independent Theatres & one of the biggest drama groups in London.
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Our front of house team are all Questors members. Our Grapevine bar
features in the Good Beer Guide & is recognised by CAMRA.
There is a bit more life in the air at the local Hangman’s family pub - and it’s not down to the quirky cronies at the bar. Today, hanging has been abolished. For good.
With Harry’s face plastered across the front pages, his status as second-best hangman and local celebrity continues to thrive. But when a menacing young Londoner strolls up to the bar, something says he’s after more than a pint and a bag of peanuts…
Harry may have hung up the noose for good, but will he ever wash one man’s blood off his hands?
Written by Academy Award winner Martin McDonagh (In Bruges, Three Billboards) this
wickedly funny satire fuses an undeniably dark
tale with the mundanity of Northern pub life, undercut with McDonagh’s
idiosyncratic humour. Set in 1960s Lancashire, this fast paced dark
comedy will grip you until the bitter end.
Hangmen was ranked by The Times as one of the Top 25 Best Plays of 21st Century.
“His love of language is why actors would kill to be in his plays" - David Morrisey on Martin McDonagh
"Tremendous, terrifying... fuelled with humour and horror" - The Guardian on Hangmen at the Royal Court
Suitable for ages 16+ due to swearing and violence. This play reflects the attitudes of the 1960s and contains language that some audiences may find offensive.
Estimated running time: 2 hours 15 minutes plus an interval
Tickets: £14 (£12 conc, £7 under-16/student). Final Friday and Saturday: £18 (£15 conc, £9.50 under-16/student). First night only: £8